Individual Therapy

  • Do you suffer from anxiety?
  • That is, do you feel worried and fearful?
  • Do those feelings cause you physical symptoms? (like muscle tension, racing heart, sweating)
  • Do you avoid social interactions due to increased fear?
  • Do you suffer from panic attacks?
  • Have your sleeping and eating patterns changed due to worrying and fear?
  • Does the level of anxiety that you are experiencing interfere with your school, work and/or family responsibilities?
  • Have you been experiencing a decrease in your mood?
  • Do you feel like your interest in activities as well as the pleasure you got out of them has been declining?
  • Do you feel like you are more irritable and have trouble concentrating ?
  • Have you lost your appetite or can’t stop eating?
  • Do you have trouble sleeping or sleep much more than you used to?

Are you struggling with:

  • Moving to another country?
  • Adjusting to another culture?
  • Starting or losing a job?
  • Starting or ending a relationship?
  • The changes that come with having a baby?
  • An important decision you have to make?
  • An illness or disability?
  • The life changes that come with retirement?

Are you struggling with:

  • studying abroad?
  • personal matters that have caused a delay in your study progress?
  • matters that arise when you decide to start/continue studying at an older age?


Struggling with:

  • Stress?
  • Ineffective study habits? (like paying too much attention to detail or procrastinating)

Are you struggling with intercultural issues in:

  • Your relationship?
  • Your workplace?
  • Communication? (verbal and/or non-verbal)
  • Do you focus mostly on your flaws, faults and failures?
  • Do you find it hard to make decisions?
  • Are you overly critical of yourself and others?
  • Do you have trouble handling criticism?
  • Are you fearful of upsetting others, asking for what you want and making mistakes?
  • Do you find it hard to say “No”?
  • Do you struggle with controlling your temper?
  • Do you keep feelings of anger to yourself and/or tend to become passive aggressive?
  • Do you often find yourself in arguments with family, friends and/or co-workers?
  • Do you find it hard to put feelings of anger aside?
  • Do you often find yourself feeling guilty after having lost control over your emotions?
  • Do you feel emotionally exhausted and low?
  • Have you been feeling tired and lacking energy?
  • Have you become critical and cynical at work?
  • Have you lost interest in the work and activities that used to be pleasurable?
  • Have you been experiencing a reduction in your work performance?
  • Do you face interpersonal problems at home and/or at work? (either by having more conflicts or by withdrawing)

When we think of bullying, we often think of children, teenagers, and behaviors that might have been part of one’s youth. Unfortunately, adults can also be bullies and the most common environment where bullying behavior is displayed, is one’s workplace. Questions that can help you identify bullying behavior and its effects, are the following:

  • Does your employer/manager and/or colleagues shout or yell at you?
  • Do you feel like your work is purposefully ignored?
  • Have you been excluded from company activities?
  • Do you feel like you are receiving unjustified criticism?
  • Has your level of stress increased?
  • Has your productivity decreased and are you more frequently absent from work?
  • Has your sleeping pattern been affected?

Are you struggling with:

  • Transitioning to retirement?
  • Medical conditions, aging and/or possible dependence?
  • Finding enjoyable activities?
  • Loneliness and isolation?
  • The loss of loved ones?

Couples Counselling

When would couples therapy be a good option for you?

  • Do you feel like you should work on your communication with your partner?
  • Is one of you/or both feeling insecure in the relationship?
  • Do you find that a lot of your conversations end up in arguments?
  • Do you feel like you have grown apart from your partner?
  • Do you have a hard time dealing with strains associated with extended family, like your in-laws?
  • Do you find yourself thinking that if your partner would change, that you would be happier together?
  • Do you struggle with feelings of anger, frustration, jealousy and/or unmet expectations?


  • Do you have a busy schedule but would really like to start therapy?
  • Is the time needed to commute to the practice an obstacle for you?
  • Do you think that you would feel more comfortable with online counseling?